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The 25 IPsec VPN tunnels can be used for remote client or site-to-site tunnels and support manual key and Internet Key Exchange Security Association (IKE SA) assignment. Other features include 56-bit (DES) 168-bit (3DES), or 256-bit (AES) encryption, MD5 or SHA-1 hashing, PKI with X.509 v.3 certificate support and IPsec NAT traversal.

The 10 SSL tunnels support SSLv3 and TLS 1.0 versions with DES, 3DES, ARC4, AES (ECB, CBC, XCBC, CNTR) 128/256 bit encryption, MD5, SHA-1, MAC-MDS/SHA-1, HMAC-MD5/SHA-1 message integrity and RSA, Diffie-Hellman and self-generated certificates.

Lan to WAN throughput is spec'd at 60 Mbps, with 16 Mbps of IPsec and 10 Mbps of SSL tunnel throughput.

The FVS336G is backed by a lifetime warranty and is available now for $425 MSRP.

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